All Aboard The Jose Cuervo Express, An All-You-Can-Drink Train To The Birthplace Of Tequila

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How great would it be to visit the birthplace of tequila? And what if you could take a tequila train to Tequila, Mexico, by way of a train that served unlimited tequila? If it sounds too good to be true, it is not. There is actually a Jose Cuervo Express that offers a very boozy tequila tour in Mexico where the tequila flows like wine and where beautiful women instinctively flock like the salmon of Capistrano.

The Jose Cuervo Express is an enchanting vintage train that you on the 40-mile trip from Guadalajara to Tequila, Mexico. The train offers unlimited tequila in the luxurious coach as you shuttle past fields of glorious blue agave plants in your countryside journey. The train provides “stunning glamour of a bygone era, in a setting enriched by the graceful silhouettes of the decor, the fine wooden wagons equipped with spacious tables, gleaming mirrors, leather upholstery and seats of polished wood.”

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The destination is Jose Cuervo’s legendary 250-year-old distillery in Tequila, Mexico. You get a tour of La Rojeña, the oldest distillery in Latin America and where the tequila is made. You’ll also receive a professional tasting guided by a “maestro tequilero.” You’ll be served lunch in a feeble attempt to sober up as well as a special Mexican cultural show.

There are three levels: Express Wagons for $111, Premium Wagons for $122, and Premium Plus Wagons $132. All of the wagon levels offer Tradicional and Jose Cuervo Especial. The Premium Plus Wagons offers a “Premium Bar” that supplies Centenario, 1800 Tequila, Matusalem Rum, vodka, and whiskey. You can book your tickets on the Mundo Cuervo website.

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